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Arrow – Stephen Amell Teases Oliver’s Post-Prison Life & Previews Episode 7.08

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oliverdant:

“If I leave I’m a fugitive forever. I won’t do that to my family”

Oliver to Talia | Arrow 7×05

He is right, I wonder how the writers will redeem him if he escapes…

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oliverdant:

“If I leave I’m a fugitive forever. I won’t do that to my family”

Oliver to Talia | Arrow 7×05

He is right, I wonder how the writers will redeem him if he escapes…

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I’ve always known this little bastard was a fake. I am just curious who he really is…If he was an inmate in the Slab is because he is a baddie

Stanley is here to remind us in Arrow nothing is what it looks like…in the present and the future!

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“If I leave I’m a fugitive forever. I won’t do that to my family”

Oliver to Talia | Arrow 7×05

He is right, I wonder how the writers will redeem him if he escapes…

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oliverdant:

Even at his best, he had a tendency to be very dictatorial. He [Oliver] hasn’t really understood the psyche of a criminal. So hopefully he comes out with a better understanding of the types of people he’s dealing with. And hopefully that helps him, if he gets out, be a better person, a better hero.

Stephen Amell | Variety 10/10/2018

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Your father shot him? Then what? Like he doesn’t matter in this story, just collateral damage? People without the last name Queen are human beings, too.

They have hopes, dreams, lives.

Your father wasn’t a hero.

Mr. Queen, he was a murderer.

He condemned you.

He is gone, but here you are caught in the same vicious cycle, paying for his crimes.

– Jarrett Parker, chief psychiatrist on Level Two | Arrow 7×04

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In the episode, things are starting to come together in a way that might eventually get Oliver out of prison in time for the “Elseworlds” crossover. Without explaining exactly how, the synopsis teases that Laurel will step in to help Oliver, “flexing her muscles” as district attorney.

“Due Process” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, DLV) (HDTV)

LAUREL STEPS IN TO HELP OLIVER

Slabside becomes even more dangerous after a guard is murdered and everyone is a suspect. Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) enlists help from a surprising source in her pursuit of Diaz (Kirk Acevedo), and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) flexes her muscles as the District Attorney. Kristin Windell directed the episode written by Sarah Tarkhoff & Tonya Kong.

Does Laurel find a legal solution/loophole to try to free Oliver from prison?

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oliverdant:

One of the things that I chatted with the writers about is, we have to make sure there’s an anchor to keep Oliver in prison. That’s something that I’ve thought a lot about. Because he’s in there for three reasons: He’s in there to keep Felicity and William safe. He’s in there to give his friends immunity. And he’s in there because that means that the FBI and A.R.G.U.S. are gonna track Diaz. So, if all three of those things go away, he would just break out. And that’s something that we talk about all the time. So, he’s aware that Diaz is still out there, but he’s also having trouble being convinced that Felicity and William are safe. He’s having recurring nightmares about Diaz finding them, and obviously doing what Diaz would do.“

Stephen Amell | IGN.com